By Frances L. Edwards
Defense, defense, AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENTSecurity thought and perform security, safeguard, and Emergency administration Deter, notice, Deny, Mitigate possibility evaluation Federal offers for Transportation safeguard serious Infrastructure/Key ResourcesEmergency administration conception and perform Emergency administration, protection, and protection Theoretical Bases for Emergency administration: phrases The 4 levels of Emergency Management structures for Emergency administration: ICS, SEMS, NIMS Emergency Operations Plan Emergency Operations heart education and ExercisesFederal organisations and buildings: floor Transportation Secu. Read more...
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Explain the differences among safety, security and emergency management in the management of transportation’s critical infrastructure. 2. Transportation security focuses on four functions: deter, detect, deny, and mitigate. How would you create a security plan using these functions for a specific type of transportation infrastructure? 3. Describe the major types of threats to the transportation infrastructure. How does each type impact the operation of transportation services? 4. How does the USAI program interact with transportation grant programs and the National Infrastructure Protection Plan?
How does the USAI program interact with transportation grant programs and the National Infrastructure Protection Plan? How could an eligible community harmonize these programs to get the greatest benefit from their support? 5. You are the security director for an urban mass transit organization that has busses, surface light rail, and subway services. What steps would you take to create a security plan for your agency? ). Exotic Newcastle Disease. htm. Bush, G. W. (2003, December 13). Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7: Critical infrastructure identification, prioritization, and protection.
R. method was used for some grants. This acronym stands for criticality, accessibility, “recuperability,” vulnerability, effect, and recognizability. S. ). When transportation infrastructure is evaluated, a score is developed that gives a measure of relative risk among various transportation assets. The exact process used for rating each community for 2009 and 2010 DHS grant eligibility is defined only as “a comprehensive, empirically grounded risk analysis model” (DHS, 2009, December, p. 3). ” Factors include “unlinked passenger trips for rail and bus systems, the number of underground track miles, the number of underwater tunnels, and the location-specific intelligence community risk analysis” (DHS, 2009, p.
Introduction to Transportation Security by Frances L. Edwards